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Travel Blogs from Freiburg im Breisgau
... was AMAZING. I can't even begin to describe everything- it was so magical and great. More pictures of that to come. For now, I gotta study for my German grammar test that is tomorrow. And I gotta learn German because T diddy insists that I will return to the states speaking German, so we only speak German in my suite. I WILL BE GOOD AT IT.
... especially to German standards, so I decided (/was forced) to walk all the way to the city a solid 30 mins. On the way I saw that someone got hit by the tram!!! Ambulances and Polizei everywhere! I don't think they died, but just got badly badly burned. I mean hurt. (sorry, movie quotes). Getting hit by a tram would suck, even more than by a bike! But I also don't understand how you can- they don't move very fast ...
... hills surrounding Gengenbach and soon after achieving the summit we came upon a delightful little chapel, built rather like a cave with room for only three or four people, at a little place called Abtsberg. We decended through forests and farmland before crossing the valley and walking back on the otherside. The last half kilometre was along a road and as we walked Geoff became increasingly excited as vintage car ...
... baggy anorak and a warm smile, far to earthly to have produced such lovely music.
We made it back to Triberg without it raining and looked around the plentiful tourist traps selling Black Forest wares.
One shop was particularly beguiling. It was selling cuckoo clocks. Now some may think they are a little, lets say "trite", but I have fond memories of one as a child and could be persuaded into buying another. Every wall of the shop was filled with ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed